Big win for the E-cigarette: Nicotine no more harmful than Caffeine

Nicotine is no more dangerous to health than coffee, but 90 percent of the public still consider it harmful, according to a report from the U.K.’s Royal Society for Public Health.

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UTVG to release next-gen E-Cig tech

The UNITED TOBACCO GROUP VAPOR (UTVG) has developed a new technology for e-cigarettes. It prevents overheating,that can release formaldehyde. The product can be produced more quickly and cheaply than is the case with the current models, and it provides greater satisfaction on the part of users. It prevents dry-Hits, burning and overheating and potentially toxic fumes that may be generated by low-quality equipment.

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Hon Lik | on opponents of vaping

The original inventor of the e-cigarette, a Chinese pharmacist named Hon Lik discusses the revolution of e-cigarettes as well as their many opponents

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Europe Tobacco Products Directive

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CEH files suit against many e-cigarette companies under the usual premise

Public Health England Under Attack by British Medical Journal, The Lancet

The Public Health England Study published last week which widely made headlines internationally, is now being scrutinized by "The lancet", a British Medical Journal for having been partially funded by entities from the E-Cigarette Industry. The PHE report from last week made the claim that E-Cigarettes were ~95 percent safer than smoking conventional tobacco cigarettes. This was a relative index as the initial test maintained that among a wide sample of nicotine products, Conventional Cigarettes were 99.6 percent harmful while E-Cigarettes were 4 percent harmful in relative terms which is where the 95 percent figure came from.
The Lancet mentions "several" E-Cigarette affiliations in the study, but there were only two of the eleven authors which had any sort of conflict of interest or tie to the e-cigarette industry. This is a relatively small figure considering many of the anti-E-Cigarette studies over the past few years have been largely, if not exclusively funded by the pharmaceutical industry. There is, of course, money to be made on both ends of the argument, but trying to stomp out E-Cigarettes in the name of profit while conventional tobacco is still hard at work killing approximately one person every six seconds seems like a bit of a stretch.

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